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AGAINST STRIKERS Lawmakers of Colorado Merely Adopt Resolutions and Vote Money. COST OF MILITIA TO DATE, $691,793.70 Effort to Impeach Governor Am tnons Fails?No General Walk-Out. Penver. May I.? The ?'olorado Legis? lature will attempt to settle the present coal miner? strike difficulties near Trin? idad by resolution and appropriation, but not by legislation. The programme has le?n mapped out by OoVernOT Ammon? and his friends l'art of It was put through to-day, and It will be ?arriefl on, it 1? t-aid. by a vote of approximate? ly ?l to II In the lower house snd 22 to 7 In the Senate. Here la the programme for the ?pecial Boaston, applicable mainly to future dit? f, ultles: Passage Of ,v-? hill empowering the QovSrnor to rlo?e th? saloons in time of civil atrife Killing of the 1 ill providing fof a state meiunted constabulary. Killing of the bill empowering the Qovernoi to forbid tht sale ?i firearms In i ?) .? .-1 ed Slatii,-t. Payment of the debt Incurred bv the militia Prmif!"'. for future trouble by rond Submission to the people of the eiues tion of compulsory arbitration. Paaaage ? f Innocuous resolutions The first event to-day was an over? whelming defeat of the resolution by Senator John I L Tierney. It attacked the Go ernoi for ordering militia into 'be strike zone end foi borrowing money from tho.se affiliate! with the ceial oper? atora, and it eIe. !.-? i * i that "corporate I for existing con Bfl in i 'o?,.'- , An) atiempl to Impeach the c??vernor :- bke-ly t?> mm t quick death The arbitia'ion provided in the pro posed amendment to t'i? state constitu? tion for tattling future dlfllcultiea a 111 mpulftOr* To-dey an effort was niade in the Benstt to eliminate iba word "compulsory" from the amendment, ? ' ?? ?lefeated The saloon i ill was passed end sent to the Ho The House of Representativas nnanl ?? adopted h resolution requesting -? ? ;ki.':e, eoel nui.?'s and the Oper ators to submit their differences to an inte?) by the of the linteel Slates. Then cam? ?> resolution urging the stat? to go into the ? oal mining business as one- wav of avoiding further strikes II i point?e ? .? me author thai under ? tne Governor's call the special session not pass a statute that actually wouM start . plorado forth with pi? k and ahoral, but under the plea the! "11 may good and it certainly cant eio any harm'* the Mi >.-? ui.. - rely passed It The ib- se received ligures from Adju? tant General Chase at to the ess! of mili? tary activities m the- strike zone, showing the total cost to elate J'jUI.?M TO. Colonel James B. lenket I issued a proc? lamation at Trinidad to-eia? caillai on all i in the district i.ot connected aritta the militar* forces <<< the I'nited States to BUI it nd? ammunltio* k to-morrow a'teir,, Trinidad. Col., M I Federal troopi have beei throughout the trtk? n I e -h? weapons anel ammunition ? :? I CO) ?? ? rirec and SOS rounds r.f ammunition for each ???apon, consigned to th? I'nited Mine Workers of I agen) at Raton, '. M., from New Y;k. were taken over tht officera Indianapolis Ma) l?The latarnatlena eutlv? boerd of the United Mme Work era ed America aeljourri? el late to-ilay. sub ???? to the call of I'iesulent j0hn P. VI inte, after having nee n In onditlon in < 'olo? rado, Ohio and w ? ai * Irginie. Tht board leaued a statement to-day ad general strike "at this liar time." bul affirming in strong 'emitI It? Blippori ? ? " "iking miners or Colorado Th? report also condemned J'hn l?. Rockefeller, . ??ho. it ?v.?? as* sorted, could have avoided th- loss of life -.nd the damage to property In ?.'olorado "?i favoring a sattle n .-nt through a meeting between the rep? rtaentatlvi .l companies and the ? -Tilking employes." TANGCfflGWffifTO PUCKER FOR DALEY Skipper Brings Whistling Beast to Press Club Man and a "Tiger" for Hennessy. ? :n W i Aaplnall of the Booth Bteemahlp Gregory, aftei bringing in his '?-??I from Para and bruto?. sr?m? i'.hm miles up the Amazon, st.uteel out v.ster dey on a still hunt for John A lleuiiessy the Si.iz? r Investigator. He was accom? panied by three eell or met? frota the Greg? ? ?? eack carrying guts for the Hi family, ami under his arm he carried a Brazilian leopard cub. which he called t tiger Tins he ? onsKiered a fitting gift for the man w tie? had defoeted Tammany The li'ss Club, Ol Which Mr Henne.ssy v?,is preaMant, had entertained the skipper and hla daring officers after their splendid ?? or k of reanilng ?he craw ??! the ?? i, ? ;., t t. uk Bteamshlp Oklahoma several month? a-,o. 14? r sin??' thai Press Club ?linner the skipper has been scouting the Amazon for gifts ? ?n ti.?- skipper? march fiom the pier in Biooklvn te? the CuatOIB HOUSO, where h? entered kia si.ip, the sailors oersted a Screeching macaw, a baluh.aded monkey arhistllag langchigwlri, the latter a g tt fOI Georgt Herbert Paley, vice-presi? dent of the eiub. The whistling tang iugw in, th- skipper said. leaned aloiiiil the ?iiegor? to pre) on ?orne chkkana stewed aa the forecastle nd the bo'eun's mate roped It with ,i ?aridt. ? Supreme Court to Rush Work. Washington, May I. Arguments in the ,-t caea IS be heaid by the Supreme i ourt until next October were made to? day. It Is understood that an attempt will be made to decide all of the 150 ?ases still undecided by th? ?-curt before ad? journment for the summer In accord? ance with this plan, the court probeM* will hold sessions to announce opinions iu May 11 and 15 and .une 1 and 15. DUCHESSE DE TALLEYRAND WITHDRAWS HER DEFENCE New Turn Given to Annulment Proceedings Before Rota Tribunal in Rome. IHy ?'?l?l? tn Tim Til?St 1 Rome, May S The DuehSSM ?le Tal !*M*nd. formerly MlSt Anna (?nuld, haa notltieU !he pressent of lire Tnhunal of the Rota that she entirely withdrawn the defence entered by her In the matri? monial annulment ?-a?-? brought by <""mte Boni de ''asiellane. ''(.ml? Honl de COStSllSM rii dlvore-ed In the i-'r-nch e-eiurt? in ?Xtober, 1896, ?nd hi.? former wife married the Irin? e de .Hasan, who afterward became the . DlM de Th)le\rund. The ?oiint obtained a decree for t lie SlUllllSSSSI ?>f the marriage In January last fr??m the Rota In Rome, tint it appeared that his former wife had appealed and the ca?e therefore was reopened In her ? BjsO? ti n the former roimtsos tfsclsrsd 'hat the letter el ting her to gi?e r\lden?e hr?d not reri? !','?'! her. She also si te? ihe allegation whi?h ?an the I isis of her former sosten-Te petition, she ' declare?! positively that ?he gave her free, full ?itrel unqualified OOOSenl at the time of her marriage in the Catholic Church, and thai tbsrefore there could he t-o ground Tor declaring her mawlas with th?? count null In 4-nn?>n law 1 <e Casullane had remtended through to ' sritOSSOSS that before her man lar. lllSS (??'lilel WSS hear?! to say that ?the wemid spply for a dlvorcs if svsi shs Should think herself Justified In so do? in? This nss Interpreted ss an ado? lme la.-k of ?"ti>ent OS hSf I'.?'' to the CsthoUo and csnonhml marrtsce nod wss the ground on which de Castellan? batead hi.? petition SEES MEN MONKEYS IF WOMEN VOTE Alderman Quinn's Manhood Rises Against "Foolish Move? ment." ?ufffragtstS, ?ou are defied1 Alderman Quinii fears you not He daie? you te? meet him on the public ?tump. W. K Qulnn, alili-rman, was the attrae tlon at the anti-suffrage headquarters y,2\ Brosdwsya hast night, and he ex? plained the hitherto Inexplicable attitude of Iran?' men ?--n the Suffrage QUSStton. "The trouble I?' h<- said, **ws have too many weak-kneed publie officiais, who are afr.il?! that maybe the women will gel ihe We soni?. day. and tha' If thsy mini In tave.r "f it trou when the women K?t th chan?*? they will thro?? them out of their Is for me, I defy you women. Come and meet me on the public Stump. "I don't know mu-h about anti-suffrage aiR-iment?.-, hut 1 know that the reason why my manhe?od rise.? sgSinst this fool? ish movement is thai ?t will make? mon ke\ s of the men. It woulel give- us s OS ton of unsexed Nancies, and the aromen would ! ?? msscullna brutes ,iu?t as the men ar*e now. with the exception of a lit? tle difference in their clothing. Mis? Aiire hui Chltteadsn was taken to task by a Ihin, bald man for her stai. ment that in the six Western ststei where Women VOtS the tot?! vote cast in the IsSl election was only 47 per cent of the pos? sible '?.??lot, which fa? t fi!guf?l, she saiel. either that the women hadn't voted ei that the men hadn't heraus?- they lo?t their interest in politics when women mixed up in th? m. "it the women don'l vote when the ?? ~-1 the chsnce, why ele? you ?pend .so much energy and time te? prevent them from g'-tting the vote.'' ask??! the hero of the evening, who ?efustd to gi\e his nsme. He SSid it wat; one thing to be a BSTO where nobody knew you and quits an? other to stand up for suffrage in your own hoin?? xsiiir six u\ SSVSB women ready to jump e>n you and there would be i o of am spe, be suss those women ail r.tk? The Tribune on account of Brlggs'a csrtooni TO GRILL WITNESS IN FRANK CASE Conflicting Affidavits Cause Pros? ecutor to Act?Burns Men Involved. Atlanta, Mm s BoildtOf Hen? ral Hugh 1'oise.y caused surprise to-day by the an? nouncement that to-morrow he WOUld take Annie Carter, a negro woman, who said "Jim'' Cstelej l.a?l OOnfOSSSd to her the murtiei of Msry PlMfjsn, before .1 \???? Hill for an InvestttstMs of he pan :n the SSS "f I?*o Krank, now un? der sentene-e of death for the murder. This woman wn? brought ba<k to At? lanta. after leaung town on the tedve-e. il i> Mid, ?il William .1 liurns's SpSTS* liVSS ?? i ? ? ?-? *? Mill slated that nul'? ? I ??.is back within ft\?- dsyi sons ? evidence would ne con*dd?***sd It hid been ge-nerali?. believed that the woman would nui b qusstloMd not l the grand Jury m?T The Solicitor tien? en?! wants to hud oui who furnished he-r with transportation OUI Of At.einta, ho.? she gut the letteis ?he said Conley wi> t to her. whether they have he-en tamper? ?i with and whj sh. signed contra? afoTMavlta for the >ta'?- and for the d? ler.'-e. In this nn?''.e sf the ease Burns'l evidence will he needed, and if he returns to Allanta soon, as he has SSid he wo-ilel. he will in all prot ahilitv he pis? Sd bond t" Insure his sppsorsnes before the graii'l i fSDllcltOr Central Porsev risked .1 r?!? Hill t" ?in? for ,i continuance "? the near ins on th.- petition (Hed by Attorney John T>e ahklng that the Fii.uk verelict be SSl .-?s-i.re on ronstlti tr?>n,-;' *froun?ts, Mr !>"? so* s.e.d .-,?? had besa so busy on other -. - of th- . SSS tint he- was DO) ? : \<: epsred to srgu? this po m "Pulling Off a Thriller." That is the title of a thrilling article by William Harper Dean in the Sun? day Magazine of The Tribune May 10, which describes tome of the dough? ty deed? of the "movie" actore and actresses in preparing amusement for the great American public. One does not any longer need to look to war to find great feats of daring; for. considering that these "movie" heroes have not the advantage of the inspira? tion that comes with fighting for their country or saving the lives of their fel? low creatures, they are really ?all the greater heroes. If the same ccurage we'-e displayed >n rescuing a baby in a tenem?n*. frre or in carrying the na? tional colors into the thick of a band of Mexican guerillas the hero would be promoted, decorated with all kind? of medals and exploited all over the coun? try. Mr. Dean narrates a number of actuel incidents of this unique form of hero? ism which will thrill the reader and awaken greater respect for this latest class of acton and actresses. "EASY" $250,000 LOST IN WALL ST. Young Husband and Wife, Arrested on Fraud Charge, Have Nothing Left. WOMAN ACCUSED AS BRAINS OF PLOT She and Lawyer Indicted as Principals in Stenographic Syndicate Swindle. The anest ??sterdny in Oroton, Mas?.. of rraada M. ?JriHln and his wife, ciara H ??riffln, of this ?Itv, on H federal in? dictment charging the use of the mull?? to defraud, rereeead, ..cording to the I'nite.l Slabs authorities, a "get-rlch qulck" atrindle thai la said to have netted Griffin gnu ins ??if-- about a quer? ter of a million ?lollars in the last six years. They i--"t it from their friends Bad (rienda <?f their frisada, nn?i then lost most of it in Wall Street, it Is alleged. ??riffln ?vas i lawyer and a grodueie of Vale, class of 'ft His Wife WBS a stenographer before he married her down on Long Island, In INT. They moved in excellent BOdety and spent money freely Then, it Is charged, they besan t?i In? terest thelt frienda la a plan to make 11. nty "( money. The plan Is said to have been Mi? '?riffln s Mi ?irlffin b* k'd alter the Wall Stiect investments. It whs t.? form a stenograph''" syndicate thai waa to do work at iii?rh priced eau? t. for ?he governm?'iit in Its IneeStl* gatlona of trusts. ? winter subscriptions began to fall and there was no m?nr fot <lividcn?ls. Trouble began to brew. Mis. ??riffln had notes segregating thousanda of doliera and dienta wer? prseslag h-?r Sard They moved from the ?ircat North? era Hotel to ?he Hotel Manhattan, and than Mrs. ??riffln fell 111 She was so ill tli.it ?\ei\ on?- was bari'ed from seeing her. " Iferch, the h"te| people Sa', the Qtit?Ine decampad without bsitcage. o?\ing ti.'i'O io the he.tels and J!'" to I raphei Complainte were made to the postal authorities here? and their in dlctmenl followed, The?' were taken fr"in (?roton to Boston and belli in gts,*? -? bell ea'-h for trial In this ?il? . ??ne rif the alleged dupes Wat Miss ?" N Cronyn, oi n Court st.. Brooklyn, one tiru- .???? relai f to Mayor (?aynor She loot about HS.QOa Otbera were Mrs I .i Barker, of BeldWtn, l-ong Island, ami Mrs. Charles II. Pale, of the Hotel ?iotham, who is now in Kcrope. She Is Bald io have invest".] *4MN Joba T Bo; il, of Netrark, was another who lost heavily, HIM Mary Kennedy, house? keeper at the White Bats clubhouse, sub? s'ribed J.,,?>,"' and iniluced het fiiends to lubscribt ?'?.'??" more Mlaa Kennedy kr-.w Griffin when be was a boy in Mid, Muss. He wa.'i the son of n clergyman und his family connection ?vis upqueatlonebly high for ganeratlont ba? k, she said She also knew Mrs who was Miss clam H HOlland of Beb hertOWn, Muss. Ill getting people t,, invest tie Griffin I did not .?..licit the wealthy alone, al? though the?' got most of their haul from their r?i, ti?-'? ,1 friends here nnel In Qreenwtcb, conn a numbei of weii-to do tvrsons In N-w England were Induced to invest To the skeptical It was ex? pia Heil that the reason they ?lid not go to Hi" banks for their money 10 run the stenographers' syndicate was because the banks Where the.? would be- bkely to -re? were Interested in tiie trusts which the government wet to Investigate As security f??r the kmn they gave most of which were signed by Mr- Griffin and when the crash came proved worthlesa ?iiilliii ?",| ' ired to hl ? silent ratiner b the siiienie He apparently permitted ???? to (?:??: ?t.- t Meanwhile he wa? . ?.?,,,,,] lew practice at .'?;. Liberty ?t and tiling "Bye?" in Wall Street. The Aastetant United States At torne?- who had chante of the indi? tment of the couple 1?re ??as unable to locate " Griffin'a reputetkm as a lawyer i,i,.ught him aaveral trusteeships sad receiver? thlpS in bankruptcy ? -ases in the f?-?b ral 00 .its He is said to have been recom 1 to th?se Jobs bv some of the per arho lai'i lost lr?rge amounts In the int. rprise. Federal authorities refused b?rt night to give out the names of promi? nent New York and New Kngland los, rs. The Investigation of the case was con n etSd by Postoffice Inspectors Swain end MslMW ? ? JUDGE PELTED AT MILITANT HEARING "Arsonette" Gets Year in Jail? Women Yell on Hearing^ Sen? tence Pronounced. i.en ion Mj' ? Lillian Lento.?, a mil? itant suffragette, waa sentenced to-da] at the Leeds Aselscfl lo i Impris settlng Are to Id House. 1 ?onceiIt in inn- !,?i ?/eai I A nton ?? I > a ?? I :t ln| ti ial for ,n e. ??hi-?? sii? cenfessed, ?vas re Ic-ased ????.'.g to hei serious condition of ? -r-ike She dist peer? snd remained in hiding mo-it ?i ?. a ?. ;.-',! ?\ ,i ?, rreeted ml) -i :????? daya as il Brighton. Thei e w;.s a st"i ti when sent? a? >? ??.-?? t ? m in ? d Misa tntoh'a frlei a gall? , dga with auffrai ets. r-t thS BtUD? - ? ., .11?; at the tor.s ef their vol.es The ;,. li. ,? ir? ? . ? - ? at the hands of the Samoa etrat ore when relnfereement? arrived, howevei the) soot obtained the upper hand and alter a BBS ? - the ringleadera were ejected a. i the ?others fl?i from the buQdlni Melville Gideon Named in Divorce Suit in London ' P? ? alls te Th? mi - * London, May * M..?i" Hii.-on, the American who has nui'le such a BUCcesa as a rag ".nie composer in London, and ?? i ? ?? p: i?.-- bgures In almost every revue at preaent on the s l>eeii named corespondent in a divorce aim by DavM Ball agalaai Kni?i Bett, ? well known adres..? now starring in ' A Pair of Silk Stoekings " (MdeoS ha? filed a petition asking to be dlamtaaed treat the suit on the ground that he is an Ameritan ?Itiien and that the court has no Jurisdi' tion. His appeal will be heard on Thurs?a; next. EUROPEAN HOTELS, RESORTS I SHOPS FOREIGN RESORTS. 1 FOREIGN RESORTS. THE KAISERHOF Bad-Nauheim Is the distinctively quiet home of prominent American visitor? to Nauheim. The KAISERHOF is ?he only Nauheim Grand Hotel directly opposite the Kur-Bath Houses, and located in a private park. Practically re-built, and furnished at great cost with the instal lation of 50 private baths and toilette with hot end cold running water in the bedrooms, tha world? wide reputation of the Kaiaerhof for perfect service and cuisine will be maintained. Orchestra for Soloists. NOTICE: No Hotel in Bad-Nauheim has the privilege of giving Gouv' THER? MAL SPRING BATHS: these can be had only in the KUR-BATH HOUSES. Grand Hotel l^i^ERHOF. Prop' B. H. Haberland. Raulxim 3 The Metropole M.IV l.i;\l)l\?, 11?) I ri. a Fa?oUrll? He??.rl of l)l?l!ngnUlit><l Ame-le-aa?. Prl ?..?i> hnthriimii?. A running cold S warm nutrr In beilr.iom?. Ilextm S full Biiard from IS. "roprl-leir. M. I.EIIR. GENEVA : GRAND HOTELSPAIX Very First-Class in every Respect WOMEN IN ROME LAUD U. S. METHODS Foreigners Send Their Sons Hither to Study Our Rural Organization. Rome. Ifgy I Ameritan method? of rural life were the ?ubject of an instruc? tive a'ldre??? delivered to-day before the Intsrnstlonsl Council <>f Women >?-.? Mi?s Jan??t BtXB-rbStk Rl< hsrtfs, of Washington. The suc?es? <?f these methods, she said, had l"-e:i proved by the fa?-t thaj. foreign ??:.-. Ware tending 'hen SOOS tO America to study them. M;ss RMwrds wss the benrt of grSStlngS from the Daughter? of the RSYOtUtlon, from the t'nited State? Dsughtsra Ol tStU and freun the Kedera iieri of '?' omens' Clnhs of the r>i?tri??t of Columbia, which nie not represented offl ciaiiy at the congrios a ii Pr?7>-*df?*?*?t, of Chlcsgo, n - I greetings to the congress on i>e bslf of Bsronsss 17/?11 lin. vos luttner, who WSS Swarded the Neil.el i'??;ei e I'riz.? in INS S?d for w henil Mis 1'iO'idfoot ?? I s ,, ?tinir OS PI SB] Queen Mary of England hss ?-onsented to bseome patron of the English ?'ouncll of Women, according to an announce ment mode to-fls] by Mis. Cretghton, on* of the l.ntish elelegates. Mr?, e'relgh ton. who w.is greeted with great ap plauae sdded thsl the Bngllsti union was m fsvor of woman suffrage, hut not oi mllltsncy, which wss advocated by Only mi insrriii?'-ant minority of the women >f England Th? COvntSSS of Aberdeen to-flsy ware reflected president of the Iitternational ?'ouneil of Women. Her re-elee-tiou wa? almost unsnimous The eoontess win h"ld nffii-e for five ?.;?r? Mr?. Mhv r MISS BETTY ANDREWS Wright Scwall. of Kliot, Me , wa? re . honorai ?? presid? i l Among the oilier officers chosen to-day ?ire Mme Jules I ? I ??., Franco, Bra! sloe presidan!: Proken Henni forchnem? mer, DennH nd rice ? pr?sidant; Mrs. Henry Debeen, Tasmsm.i. third rlce-preatdent; Fr; ul-in Dr. Alice Salo? mon, ?lern.an., oerreapoadlag aso Mme Alphen Salvador, Prance, recortlins and Mrs. W. B. lenford. Can? aid. treat irer Canada's Revenue Decreases. Ottawa, Ma ? Tht statement of ?'in Ida's revenue for April, the first month of the fi.si-.-?.! year, issued to-day by the Fi? nance Department, shows a continued de? crease Tie total receipts were I?,?*!.!,-1 Ht, which Is ?_._">??.t?7 less tkSB the no? nunion s revenue id April last year. The ? decrease is > on lined pnniipaliy to ci>_toms i revenue. ' EUROPEAN ADVERTISEMENTS. LONDON SHOPS. REMOVALS to AMERICA MAPLE ?. , RUfc BOL'DRI.AU fprta i Oi?"? | PARIS I Ma? in?; ? v?r.?l American I.Iff Vsr>? returnln? tn I nltfi! s'tates. r.in offer ?xreptlonal termi for th? trar?sporta'tori of BOBS- tr? Am-rlc? In One Van from Door to Dooi ;*?- Pav-jrai-o Warehoused PARIS SHOPS. SPAULDINQ & CO., DIAMONDS?JEWELRY WATCHES?SILVERWARE?ETC. .?o .Avenue de l'Orn-ra, Paris, Michigan Ave. and Van Buren St.,Chicago Sole representative in Paris of the Gor ham Company of NEW YORK. FINE PERFORMANCE BY BALLET SCHOOL Dancing of Miss Betty Andrews, Eleven, with Other Tots, Pleases Large Audience. The annual students' performance of th" Metropoliten (?pera Hallet School took i. yesterday afternoon at the Opera Mease before a larga audience of invited gueate. The school, which la headed by Mme. Paulint Vtrhoeven, ha.? now about eighty pupils. Little Misa Bett) Andrea i la only eleven yesra old; but Anna I'avlow?, had she been In the audience, would surely have seen In her a cygnet worthy of her ?wan. Ir Victor Herie-rts "Danse Orientale" bhe proved hers? If already a finished art? ist and a vishn of grace and daintiness. Ii addition, she dan-ed, with two tota ?mailer even than she- Ruth Weinstein and Johanna BslgSf Schuhart'l "Moment Musiial.-." Bpw ral mention, too, should be made of Kva Swam ar.d ?.np-tta til;, nn, In the Tas ?le Deux" of Ambroise Thomas, of Inga Sontum's two Grieg Norwegian ?'.: i. ?. ami of the dancing to the "Faust" (ggtpuri I Nr-ht music of Kva Swain, I?retti <;iynn, yueenle Smith. Ella Dana her, Florence Burns and A*?r.es Roy. A ?.mall Sl-SfeSStrS Un?SS the direction of Fran?"S' o Longs Ployed very acceptably. After "The Dance of the Hours" the full corps de ballet pulled Mme. Verhoeven before the llftsl**, and Loretta Glynn presented her with a wreath of laurel on behalt ot her pu**!"--. FOREI.N WKBORT8._|_FOREIGN RESORTS. GERMANY'S EXCLUSIVE ANO LEADING HOTEL*^ BERLIN THE atlantic-kaiserhof HAMBURG THE atlantic-pfordti faniil Ike ????.;??,. Ai.ln fjO? m Kifkt opfmU* IK. Nsm A*urii.*n hmtis, THE CHOICE OF CRITIC AND CONNOISSEUR Hlcjhsst Class of Strvlot always maintained at thssa unusual Hotel?. PARIS SAME MANAGEMENT. SAME ATTENTION SAME EXCELLCBC| - KAIIERBOr ? ?Bt ? ATLABTIC " BoaUati. _ w.ll u lb? " KAISERHOr. B?RLI* - l?Un as, Naeylac Car Ce. iDsrUad Tr???i s?rsu? . 281, fihk As?., R?? Tar?, ?nj B.?. Maas or.??, ?7 the Most Fashionable Hotel and RESTAURANT in IS THE CONTINENTAL S The home of many DISTINGUISHED AMERICANS when m Par,,. RHNZ ENSBAD : Hotel Kopp KonlgsvlJ?? ApsrtmenU with bath snd toilet, Hot-Water beating, Vacuum Clem?-. In large park elote to Cur. Ail up-to-date comforts. Aute-Garm. F The Flnett Settide f^\ *T\ tsmWm am Uhje eeme. Bel-jium) S Ho an Retort oa the North Sea \^ \^ | t^tm Mm l_T ,rom Londoa ? Pub _Ei*oT_5ai_i? oa?" rr__r_E_ ?______ F-_=i?o_?rT Hotel de la Plage The Continental . . . M |g And Restaurant De Laxe Splendid .... 4M ? Kursaal & Beau Site . 151 ?* entirely Rebuilt & Refurnished 100 Bcdt? Rooms From SI.20 With Pension S3 to SS prr day Alt HAVE PRIVATE BATH? o BALCONIES ovKni-OOKiN?". pea, a DE : I p^h 4 ?"*), I S NTFRI ?KFNH0TEL REGMA m Visited by the Queen of England First Class Residential and Transient Hotel. Elevated position. 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